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  1. #1
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    ok so I have link that points to a folder on my webserver that contains files that people can download, and on the top of the page there are columns that list the file names, file size, etc...one of the fields is description. I want to know how to populate that field with info about the file it's associated with, I don't really know of how to do it... any suggestions would be great... here is a pic that shows what I am talking about.

    www.wendieleephotography.com/Picture.jpg

    Thanks!

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  3. #2
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    That is what your webserver does when it cannot find a root document, as far as I know, you cannot set that (though some apache hero will hopefully prove me wrong).

    You could do this with some server side programming, either by having code that reads say the first line of the file, or by using arrays/other data structures and manually produce the descriptions for each file.


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